Realm Systems to Showcase iDentity Series at Embedded Systems Conference

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Realm’s iDentity Series leverages IBM Power Architecture for ultra-mobile computing.

Realm Systems, Inc, a leader in ultra-mobile computing, today announced that it will showcase its next-generation iDentity Series solution at IBM's booth at the 2006 Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, CA, held April 4-6, 2006.

The Realm Systems first product family -- the iDentity Series -- provides a new computing platform that seamlessly integrates into today's corporate networks. Realm iDentity Series consists of two key components -- the Realm iD3 Ultra-Mobile Server, the world's smallest mobile, self-contained, biometrically-authenticated Linux server so compact it easily fits in your pocket, and the Realm iD1200 Management Router which enables central, secure, automatic management of users and their identities across corporate resources.

The Realm iD3 Ultra-Mobile Server has its own on-board IBM PowerPC processor, memory and storage which allow users to run applications remotely or directly on the device. “The Power Architecture offers the broadest market and application coverage of any instruction set architecture today, spanning low power embedded systems to the world's largest supercomputers,” says Peter Bookman, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Realm Systems. “The Realm iD3 leverages IBM's PowerPC 405 embedded processor core, which is ideally suited for low-power, mobile, and wireless consumer devices.”

“Realm Systems’ innovative product takes secure mobile access to a User’s data and applications to a new level and highlights the strength of the PowerPC 405 processor,” said Ron Martin, IBM Director of Power Products for IBM Systems & Technology Group.

Visit Realm Systems in the IBM booth 1030 at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, CA, from April 3-7, 2006.

About Realm Systems

Realm Systems provides a next generation Ultra-Mobile, Enterprise Platform that simplifies the delivery of applications and services to end-users across the distributed enterprise. Realm Systems is uniquely positioned to solve many of the issues facing today's networked organizations by extending the life of desktops and laptops, significantly reducing IT maintenance costs. Realm's technology simplifies and centralizes identity and application management and maintenance while preserving existing IT capital investment. The company is at the nexus of an enormous opportunity that spans markets, including security, identity management, regulatory compliance, and mobile device support of enterprise applications.

Realm Systems was founded in 2003 by a group of seasoned technologists and executives with extensive expertise in distributed computing, integrated circuit development, web services, and IT security. Realm Systems is privately held with offices in Salt Lake City, Utah and Seattle, Washington.


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